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Manang Alice allowed me to record her on video as she prepared my Mega Bowl Batchoy and she and Server Mike added extra free Garlic and Chicharon to my bowl ! The air conditioned eating area made it more convenient . Truly worth the jeepney...More
I was particularly fond of this restaurant 3 years ago as it had a huge serving of batchoy and is considerably cheap.Quite surprised it turned out this way.pls do revert back to your ols standards as i had been recommending you to friends visiting iloilo...More
This was the first food we had right after we landed. We were hoping to had our batchoy meal in Teds or Decos but there was nothing on our way. I have to give them the benefit of the doubt though as it was about...More
This place is overrated. Not really worth it. Don't even try. Hindi po masarap. The batchoy broth taste like water. An iloilo native told me that before it was good but now it's really bad. Even the locals does'nt eat here only the clueless turist....More
I wonder if most tourists who frequented this resto are just tolerant or they simply don't care about the general feculence of the place. If not a fly, it is a cockroach you can see scampering under your table, undetered by your presence. Perhaps, they're...More
Visited the original restaurant inside La Paz Market
Location and ambiance:
A little hard to find inside the market, good thing we had a local to guide us around.
Dining area was airconditioned which was good in the heat.
We waited a bit just...More
This was my first time to eat La Paz Batchoy aside from the instant flavored noodles they sell in the market. It was good and tasty. They say authentic La Paz Batchoy originated from this place in Bacolod so, It is indeed a must try...More
Went to La Paz Public Market just to try Netong's Original La Paz Batchoy and it did not disappoint. I tried other batchoys before but this was the best one I had. Best partner it with puto to balance the sweet taste with the soup's...More
The batchoy was better than average. I did not particularly like it cause it has pork intestine which has a certain smell. Their “puto” (rice cake) was a little sour and we were told that it has a little vinegar mixed in it to prolong...More